How to make a Wedding Cake | Pinch of Luck

Today I made a Wedding Cake! If you are a Bride on a Budget or just love making cakes, check this out! I am not a professional, by far, but I enjoy spreading the joy with yummy treats! Tell me what you would like to see!

You will need:
Tools:
Mixer –
Spatula –
10″ x 3″ round pan –
8″ x 3″ round pan –
6″ x 3″ round pan –
Baking Pam –
Baking strips –
Cooling rack –
Cake spinner –
12″ Cake board –
8″ Cake board –
6″ Cake board –
Cake knife –
Icing knife large –
Icing knife small –
Decorators bags –
Tip# 1M –
Tip# 789 –
Smoother –
Dowls –
Saw –
Sparkle ribbon –

Ingredients:
3 cake boxes, or make your own recipe
(Milk instead of water
Double butter instead of oil
add 1 more egg)
2 large tubs of icing –
Edible markers –

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23 COMMENTS

  1. hitched! totally loved it. you make it look sooooo easy. I'm starting to bake and this is awesome tutorial. thanks!!! loved the way you showed and explained everything, looks like you had so much fun doing it. 💜

  2. thank you for the idea OMG my cake would have been more than my dress but now I am happy I'm going to be married on June 12th and I'll be decorating it slightly different but u saved me I'll take pics and send them to u when I make it your such a life saver thank you

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  4. Your cake is georg :D, I am inspired by this vid to bake a 3 tiered 25th wedding anniversary cake using box mix. I did however want to cover it with store bought fondant after using betty crockers buttercream to crumb coat. I had a few questions as this is my first time
    1: Can I crumb coat the tiers and keep them over night in the refrigerator and then cover with fondant the next day? won't the cake sweat?
    2: Also, how many hours until the buttercream under the fondant starts melting and the cake falling apart? as its very hot in London in May.

  5. That looks pretty good. Not sure I'd bother with the 'cake boxes' though as it's the tiniest bit more effort to make the cake from scratch but yeah very nicely done.

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